Since 1980, the U.S. has notched 230 weather- and climate-related disasters worth more than $1 billion in damage into its collective belt, with a jaw-dropping cost that’s northward of $1.5 trillion. But, how do we plan for natural disasters that are related to viral infectious diseases? Is the plan similar to that of a hurricane?
Any disaster response generally follows these initial actions:
In this infographic, we breakdown the steps to take when building a business continuity plan for your firm. From getting through the event to how you can resume business as usual.